Trust Memberships Update

12 Sep

Firstly, thanks to all members who have renewed their memberships recently.  We know that things have been difficult in recent months and we are heartened that so many of you are sticking with us.  

We know, too, that many Trust members are unable to make it to Forthbank on matchdays to renew their memberships.  So we also support a number of other ways for people to renew.  We are working behind the scenes to make it easier for people to do everything online but we have had to deal with a range of other pressing matters so are a bit behind.  It also means that the online renewal process is not quite as slick as we would like ti to be.  But thanks for your patience and more importantly thanks for supporting the Trust and our club.

Our preference is for renewal by (BACS) bank transfer to Stirling Albion Supporters’ Trust, Bank of Scotland, Port Street, Stirling, account number 00523203, sort code 80 91 29.  Please mark your transfer – Membership Renewal – as that makes it easier to let you know that everything has gone through.  If you do your banking online this is a fairly simple and easy method of renewal.

PayPal remains an option for us too although it does charge a comparatively large fee for a relatively small sum.  You can log in to your paypal account and send money to

We also accept cheques payable to Stirling Albion Supporters’ Trust, Forthbank Stadium, Springkerse, Stirling, FK7 7UJ.

Thanks again for your support and we hope to make the whole process much easier for everyone in the very near future.

Look out too for our newsletter which should be dropping into your mailbox within the next few days,  We’ll bring you up to date with what we’ve been doing since we started out on this journey in May and hope to have some news on how the work to redraft the Rules and Constitution is progressing.

Thanks again for your support

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